Yes, the man with the headband might be the most dominant player in the West Coast Conference. - USA TODAY Sports
154 games on the schedule today!
Finally college basketball is free from the yoke of football oppression! Well, mostly free. ESPN2 is airing an NFLPA sponsored college football all star game tonight instead of a hoops game that matters, so it's not perfect. BUT STILL.
The key sign that college hoops is the dominant star of sports right now is the 2013 debut of College GameDay on ESPN. This week's host is Butler University and Hinkle Fieldhouse leading into a match up of top 15 teams in Gonzaga and Butler in the main event slot.
As always, all times listed here are Central, and if you have a game getting a local broadcast in your area, shout it out in the comments so everyone can catch it!
10am: VMI at Coastal Carolina, ESPNU
11am: Maryland at North Carolina, ESPN
11am: Connecticut at Pittsburgh, ESPN2
12pm: Nebraska at Penn State, ESPNU
12pm: St. Bonaventure at Temple, CBS Sports Network
1pm: #4/4 Kansas at Texas, CBS (check your local listings)
1pm: #17/16 Missouri at #10/9 Florida, ESPN
1pm: Texas Tech at Oklahoma State, ESPN2
1pm: West Virginia at Purdue, CBS (check your local listings)
2pm: Columbia at Cornell, NBC Sports Network
3pm: #6/6 Syracuse at #1/1 Louisville, ESPN
3pm: #12/10 Creighton at Wichita State, ESPN2
3pm: #21/RV Oregon at #24/25 UCLA, CBS
4pm: St. Joseph's at Pennsylvania, ESPNU
4pm: Hofstra at George Mason, NBC Sports Network
5pm: #11/11 Ohio State at #18/17 Michigan State, ESPN
6pm: #25/RV Marquette at RV/#24 Cincinnati, ESPNU
6pm: UNLV at Colorado State, NBC Sports Network
7pm: Wisconsin at Iowa, Big Ten Network
8pm: #8/8 Gonzaga at #13/13 Butler, ESPN
8pm: Kentucky at Auburn, ESPNU
10pm: Utah at Washington, ESPNU